Eddie was featured in the March issue of Men’s Health Style and I have some great outtakes from the photoshoot that I have added to the gallery.
– Eddie Redmayne Web > Outtakes > 2015 > 017
The Hollywood Reporter shares the possibility of Eddie participating in the Harry Potter spin off called Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.
Warner Bros. has zeroed in on Oscar-winner Eddie Redmayne for the lead role for Harry Potter spinoff Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.
Harry Potter author JK Rowling is heavily involved in the project and is writing the script.
David Yates is on board to direct the feature project, which is set 70 years before the events of the Potter series and centers on a fictitious author named Newton Artemis Fido Scamander. In Potter lore, Scamander compiled a reference guide to magical beasts, and the movies will follow his adventures after he is commissioned to write the tome.
Redmayne, who would play Scamander, has no offer at this stage but is the studio’s top choice. One thing holding up the process is that the script is still being worked on. Sources say Redmayne won’t commit until he reads it.
Warners had no comment.
Other leads in the movie are two sisters, their parents and a character named Jacob, say sources.
Redmayne is already a studio favorite after chewing up the scenery in Jupiter Ascending (even if the movie didn’t do particularly well at the box office). But his fan base grew even more after he won an Oscar for his portrayal of Stephen Hawking in The Theory of Everything.
He could be courting an Oscar again with The Danish Girl, the drama he is currently shooting in which he plays transgender artist Lili Elbe.
In a clip from the Late Late Show with James Corden Eddie is one of other actors hoping to find the Golden Ticket. Eddie’s part is at about 1:30.
As filming has started in Copenhagen for the Danish Girl we have some images of Eddie in costume.
– Eddie Redmayne Web > Films > 2016 | The Danish Girl > On the Set
In honor of starting filming in Denmark Eddie along with co-star Alicia Vikander and director Tom Hooper attended a photocall for their film The Danish Girl. A giant thanks to Helen for some of the pics!
British GQ Style gives us some of Eddie’s new interview for their Spring/Summer issue.
Eddie Redmayne was, until recently, a rising star. And then he played physicist Stephen Hawking in The Theory Of Everything and established himself as one of the brightest in the Hollywood firmament. The Oscar, BAFTA and Golden Globe winner offers his theories about life, the universe, and, of course, everything. Here get an exclusive preview of Redmayne’s cover interview and shoot…
On noticing a shift in his fame:
“In London, the shift was just going on the underground and people pretending to be texting but then taking photos. But it’s never been extreme.”
On his upcoming role as Lili Elbe, the first person to undergo gender reassignment:
“I was actually offered The Danish Girl before Hawking… People go, ‘Oh are you doing this transformative thing?’ It’s not a concerted choice. I think it will be a unique experience.”
On discussing the role with trans director Lana Wachowski:
“There is so much I need to investigate… It’s a very famous story within the trans community. I spoke to Lana early on when I was thinking about doing it.”
On the roles he chooses:
“If your dream is to tell stories, interesting stories, play interesting people. That’s the bottom line. The people that I play have to be extraordinary.”
Here is a new image of Eddie from his new shoot for British GQ Style.
– Eddie Redmayne Web > Outtakes > 2015 > 016
I love new Eddie covers!
It’s (almost) here! Introducing the new issue of GQ Style for Spring/Summer 2015, hitting newsstands – both digital and real-life – on 19 March. And this time, our all-new Editor Luke Day is going for gold with an issue covered by arguably the biggest British film star in Hollywood right now: Eddie Redmayne.
Apart from a cool, casual fashion shoot with the star, you’ll find an interview where Redmayne discusses how his sudden catapult to fame has affected him, what it was like to play Stepehn Hawking in The Theory of Everything, and his most challenging role yet: playing trans woman Lili Elbe in upcoming film, The Danish Girl.
Speaking of shoots, GQ Style has scored one with Olivier Giroud, Alexis Sánchez and Mesut Özil from Arsenal FC styled-up by Luke Day in their all-new Lanvin club suits, with an interview by GQ’s own Mark Russell and commentry from the French fashion house’s design duo: Lucas Ossendrijver and Alber Elbaz.
Elsewhere you’ll find the GQ Style Festival Special, Iggy Pop and Debbie Harry interviewing each other and interviews with musician Evan Dando, DJ Diplo and poet John Cooper Clarke
Of course, it wouldn’t be GQ Style without a strong showing of the boldest, most on-trend fashion around. In this issue you’ll find plenty of offbeat professional looks, as well as your agenda for the Spring/Summer 2015 season: create drama with stark monochromes and sultry shades; hippie prints meet the bold androgyny of glam rock; and classic American collegiate pieces get top marks.
Read the full article in GQ Style Spring/Summer 2015, on sale on 19 March in print and as a digital download.
I have added HQ images of Eddie as Stephen Hawking in the Theory of Everything to our gallery! I am constantly amazed at this performance! Eddie truly is phenomenal!
– Eddie Redmayne Web > 2014 | Theory Of Everything > Captures | Film
So excited to finally have this poster in our gallery of Eddie as Marius from the 2012 production of Les Misérables!